Join this Town Hall session to learn more about CSU's Fall 2021 semester on campus.
 

Colorado State University will host a Town Hall session for the university community, including incoming students and families, on Friday May 7 to provide updates and answer questions about CSU’s Fall 2021 semester on campus. 

The session will be hosted online via Zoom, from 2-3 p.m. Members of the CSU community can register and access the session at this Zoom link. The session will be live captioned and have live ASL interpretation.  A recording of the session, captioned in both English and Spanish, will be posted on the CSU website the week of May 10.

Specific topics for this Fall-focused Town Hall will include:

  • the logistics of shifting classes to 100% in-person and when students and faculty can expect to see courses updated with room numbers, seating capacity, etc;
  • what on-campus life will look like for resident students;
  • when and how the university will collect COVID-vaccine documentation from students, faculty and staff;
  • who will be eligible for an exception to the vaccine mandate and how to apply;
  • the logistics of returning CSU employees—both faculty and staff—to 100% in-person work on campus, including return dates, exceptions and how to apply for them, and updates on the university’s telework policy.

Panelists for the session will include:

  • Marc Barker, Assistant Vice President for Safety and Risk Services and Co-Chair of the CSU Pandemic Preparedness Team
  • Robyn Fergus, Executive Director of Human Resources
  • Mike Hooker (moderator), Director of Media Relations and Denver Outreach
  • Blanche Hughes, Vice President for Student Affairs
  • Lori Lynn, Executive Director of CSU Health Network and Co-Chair of the CSU Pandemic Preparedness Team
  • Joyce McConnell, President
  • Mary Pedersen, Provost and Executive Vice President

Questions can be submitted to this Qualtrics link in advance of the session.